Video: how surround view systems work for automotive applications

September 10, 2015 // By Graham Prophet
A video from Maxim Integrated explains how surround view systems take inputs from multiple fisheye cameras to give a complete landscape view around a car. Maxim makes a quad deserialiser that integrates four surround view camera streams to reduce components, design time, and cost.

The video, “Surround View: From Fisheye to Birdseye,” illustrates how the MAX9286 eliminates components, shortens design time, and lowers cost for automotive applications. Designers can synchronise camera inputs for an accurate birdesye view of the world’s surroundings. One MAX9286 gigabit multimedia serial link (GMSL) deserializer receives and automatically synchronises video from up to four cameras.

Automotive Video: http://bit.ly/Maxim_Video_Automotive

Maxim’s safety solutions: http://bit.ly/Maxim_Safety_Automotive

MAX9286 details: http://bit.ly/MAX9286_Automotive

Maxim Integrated; www.maximintegrated.com